Yesterday, I was in the waiting room of a dentist, observing the way he chose to decorate the space. He has a thing with the number "2". He likes creating pairs. Two identical small tables, each with the same vase on it and with the same chair beside. Each vase had the same flower in it. The bottom shelf of each table, had a stack of magazines perfectly aligned, with not a single angle to protrude.
Time, oh Time
master of life,
are you a lie?
Do you exist?
Can you be described?
You don't fit in words.
So, most of our decisions are controlled
He may not have superior intelligence, but he has feelings. I've seen him expressing love, fear, anger, joy, sadness.
Robbie is a dog, but he is closer to the core of existence than a human in modern society.
As she walks with her dog, she decides to take a new path, just for a change.
All her thinking is around her life and the reconstruction time that has rung the bell two years ago. Choices are being re-evaluated, relationships are redefined, herself is being transformed. Hard decisions have brought changes inside and outside.
My progenitor, Alcibiades (an important politician, orator and general in ancient Greece), used to say that a great commander has to be able to predict. Nowadays, in business, leaders need to have that skill and also, to combine it with the ability to detect the unique points, the gifts and the weaknesses of every person in their team. This way, they can find the ideal method of operation, in order to make their employees (or the people they coach) to act at their very best.
While almost everybody is at home because of the COVID-19 corona-virus, life keeps sending messages, which we choose to hear or not to. As I walk with my dog twice a day, I notice that yelling and screaming have increased. The open windows let my ears catch the stress of the forced "incarceration" from houses around me. COVID-19 may be an opportunity for people to see what 's really happening at their homes and also, in themselves.